Leading Causes of Death - 2017

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Leading Causes of Death - Alachua County, Florida 2017
Causes of DeathDeaths2017 Percent of Total Deaths2017 Crude Rate Per 100,0002017 Age-Adjusted Death Rate Per 100,0002015-17 3-Year Age-Adjusted Death Rate Per 100,0002017 YPLL < 75 Per 100,000 Under 75
ALL CAUSES1,936100.0746.5728.9743.66,266.1
CANCER44422.9171.2163.3171.71,230.3
HEART DISEASE33117.1127.6122.5127.9649.0
UNINTENTIONAL INJURY1155.944.345.546.5820.3
STROKE1105.742.440.639.2163.0
CHRONIC LOWER RESPIRATORY DISEASE904.634.733.736.2145.4
DIABETES633.324.324.523.0185.8
CHRONIC LIVER DISEASE AND CIRRHOSIS392.015.014.113.0211.4
PARKINSON'S DISEASE331.712.713.311.712.6
ALZHEIMER'S DISEASE321.712.312.014.819.6
SUICIDE321.712.312.613.0415.5
INFLUENZA AND PNEUMONIA291.511.210.98.068.0
SEPTICEMIA291.511.211.79.696.1
HYPERTENSION180.96.96.89.039.5
NEPHRITIS, NEPHROTIC SYNDROME & NEPHROSIS170.96.66.610.944.0
PERINATAL PERIOD CONDITIONS120.64.65.95.5364.2
HOMICIDE120.64.63.83.5200.8
HIV/AIDS120.64.64.84.3118.1
BENIGN NEOPLASM100.53.93.83.65.7
PNEUMONITIS90.53.53.24.911.4
CONGENITAL MALFORMATIONS 80.43.13.54.8131.2
MEDICAL & SURGICAL CARE COMPLICATIONS70.42.72.61.623.2
ANEMIAS60.32.32.21.937.1
VIRAL HEPATITIS40.21.51.51.831.0
PEPTIC ULCER20.10.80.70.81.2
CHOLELITHIASIS & OTHER GALLBLADDER DISORDERS20.10.80.71.12.9
AORTIC ANEURYSM & DISSECTION10.10.40.31.90.0
ATHEROSCLEROSIS00.00.00.00.70.0
HERNIA00.00.00.00.10.0
PREGNANCY, CHILDBIRTH & THE PUERPERIUM00.00.00.00.10.0
NUTRITIONAL DEFICIENCIES00.00.00.00.40.0


Data Note(s):

Causes of death listed in this report represent the 30 leading causes among all of Florida’s resident deaths.

Data for 1999 and subsequent years are not fully comparable to data from 1998 and prior years, due to changes in coding of causes of deaths resulting from the switch from the ninth revision of the International Classification of Diseases (ICD9) to the tenth revision (ICD10).

Age-adjusted death rates are computed using the year 2000 standard population.

YPLL = Years of Potential Life Lost

Source: Florida Department of Health, Bureau of Vital Statistics